Comic Preview: Sonic the Hedgehog #289

Continue the trip down memory lane as the comic looks back at the best-selling Sonic game of all time!

The preview for Sonic the Hedgehog #289 has been released, and the 25th anniversary celebration has moved forward a game in its adaptation of the classic quartet! After fighting against Dr Eggman’s menacing contraptions on the ground, Sonic and Tails have now gone into the sky to take the fight to the mad doctor himself in his Wing Fortress!

Naturally, Eggman’s idea of a welcome party is an explosive one, and the ship itself carries many deadly traps. How will Sonic stand up to the fortress when it’s armed to the teeth in a bid to wipe him out? And what dangerous secrets lurk beyond the horizon, ready to seize opportunity at a moment’s notice? Find out in “Genesis of a Hero”: part 2.

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SONIC THE HEDGEHOG #289
The SUPER DUPER DUO of SONIC and TAILS unite in “Genesis of a Hero” Part Two: The 25th Anniversary celebration of Sonic the Hedgehog continues in this retro-action adventure! Sonic has chased Dr. Eggman clear across Westside Island, and now into the skies! Can Sonic and Tails survive a head-on assault of the Wing Fortress? And what sinister secrets lurk beyond the clouds? Featuring cover art by veteran Sonic comic artist Patrick “Spaz” Spaziante and a “High Flying Variant” by jammin’ Jamal Peppers!
Script: Ian Flynn
Art: Tracy Yardley, Terry Austin, John Workman, Gabriel Cassata
Cover: Patrick Spaziante
Variant Cover: Jamal Peppers, Jim Amash, Matt Herms
On Sale Date: 11/30
32-page, full color comic
$3.99 U.S.

Sonic the Hedgehog #289 is due to release tomorrow, on November 30th. Beat out the chills of the upcoming winter months by blazing the trail with Sonic!

Source: Comics Alliance

5 Comments

  1. I would not recommend this issue. It’s just part of the ending of Sonic 2. With nothing new in there except for dialogue and Snively.

    1. Yeah. In fact, I’d say it shares much of the last issue’s flaws, now even more glaring.

      What’s funny is how the last issue ended with the Freedom Fighters tagging along, yet here they’re absolutely nowhere to be seen. Not even a mention (aside from Sonic thinking about the Acorn Islands) on any of the characters’ part.

      1. Actually they were mentioned in the recap page, saying that sonic and the freedom fighters went through the zones until the sky chase began

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